Second-team MaxPrep All-American at conclusion of the 2014 season…established six state of Florida passing records for single game, season and career basis…broke Tim Tebow’s record for touchdown passes in a season with 56, 10 more than Tebow had…also set record for touchdown passes in a career with 162…set game, season and career passing yards record and career completions with 1,008…only player in history of Florida High School football to throw for over 600 yards in consecutive games…No. 12 dual threat quarterback in the nation by ESPN.com…as a senior completed 317-470 passes for 4,446 yards and 56 touchdowns…threw just 11 interceptions in 470 attempts as a senior…for career completed 1,008-1,524 for 15,034 yards, a .661 percentage…averaged incredible 5.1 touchdown passes and 349 yards per game over 43-game career…also had 222 rushes for 1314 yards and 18 scores for his career…finished with 16,348 yards of total offense…in 2013 threw for 3,979 and 40 touchdowns against just 10 interceptions…as a sophomore in 2012 passed for 3,685 and 36 scores with just eight interceptions…also rushed for 200 yards… recruited by Chad Morris, now the head coach at SMU….committed to Clemson on February 4, 2014…signed scholarship papers with Clemson on August 1, 2014….enrolled at Clemson on January 7, 2015.
Mickey Plyler on Israel: If Israel were three inches taller he would be a high four star prospect. He has a major league arm. He can really spin it. The only thing that you can question is his size.
Reminds Plyler of: Kyle Parker